Explore ACC's selection of global, regional, and country-focused resources to help in-house counsel navigate legal, business and career issues arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus / 2019-nCov) crisis.
In-house counsel in the U.S. are moving from state to state now more than ever. If you are going to work as in-house counsel in a state where you are not licensed, what do you need to consider?
Corporate mergers, asset acquisitions, and divestitures often include a variety of environmental components or considerations – some of which can be nuanced – that can affect and can be affected by other non-environmental components.
This article offer six strategic considerations for businesses to successfully navigate the negotiation and execution of transactions involving industries or operations subject to significant environmental regulations.
This briefing explores some of the key themes that we are seeing in trade secrets disputes in the UK and across the EU.
This resource was originally published on the website of Eversheds Sutherland on September 14, 2023.
This article briefly discusses the necessity for lawyers to have an appropriate level of financial and accounting knowledge in order to understand and articulate financial principles.
This resource was originally published on the website of Eversheds Sutherland on September 13, 2023.
This article discusses global labor practices, which are under increasing scrutiny as pressures grow on businesses to address human rights in their operations and supply chains. This article breaks down practical application for businesses and highlights nations that have already implemented due diligence laws.
This resource was originally published on the website of Eversheds Sutherland.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding private equity across a range of jurisdictions.
Some topics discussed in this edition include a private equity outlook for 2024 and more.
Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) is often caught in cross-functional turf wars. Consequently, many find that the system in place is not the hoped-for “silver bullet,” especially as unmet requirements surface across the organization. Moreover, the benefits documented in the CLM business case may always seem just beyond reach, especially as phased roll-outs stall amidst frustration and disappointment that what was pitched by the vendor turned out to be more difficult to actualize than it seemed.